August 11, 2016: A-Rod’s Legacy. Pirro & “The Jinx”. Millionaires: “Tax The Rich”

August 12, 2016 at 5:32 am

Tonight, after a career boasting 696 home runs, 2,781 games played, and a 12 year-long career with the New York Yankees, Alex Rodriguez will play his last game tomorrow night and then hang up his pinstriped uniform for good. During his time with the Yankees, A-Rod has been one of the most polarizing characters in the game of baseball. But whether you love him or hate him, what will his legacy be? Emmy award-winning sportscaster Len Berman joins us to share his perspective on this Yankee who is considered one of the greatest Major Leaguers.

Next, it has now been 34 years since Kathleen Durst, first wife to real estate heir and suspected serial killer Robert Durst, disappeared. Former prosecutor Jeanine Pirro picked up the cold case 20 years ago when she was Westchester District Attorney and has made it her mission to bring Robert Durst to justice for the murders not only of his wife Kathleen, but also of his neighbor and a longtime friend. Now, after the release of HBO’s The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst, Fox News host Judge Jeanine Pirro joins us to discuss her personal and professional relationship with this case and her book He Killed Them All.

Finally, if you were a millionaire, what would you spend your money on? For some New Yorkers, that’s no fantasy, but they’re not looking to spend their cash on themselves. Filmmaker and CEO of Fork Films Abigail Disney, along with fifty other millionaires in New York, signed a document proposing a plan to Governor Andrew Cuomo that would increase taxes on upper-income New Yorkers. Disney joins us to explain how this plan would work for the state and where they want the money to go.